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Oct Newsletter Coming: Fun Things to do with Your Family This Winter...on a Budget!

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Last month we shared some fun things you can do with your family can do even if you're on a tight budget.  This month we have a similar treat for you with some more fun things you and your family can do this winter even if you're on a very tight budget. Here are a few of the things we will cover, but don't forget to subscribe to Gape News today so you don't miss out on all the other fun winter things you can do on a budget! Have a Cookie Exchange: Bake cookies (preferably on our nonstick Grape Grill Buddy...

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15 Tips for Family Fun on a Budget

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So many times families don't do things together because they think they need to spend a lot of money, especially when they have several children to include.  The truth is, just a little creativity can help make a fabulous Family Night or even a wonderful family weekend with very little cash outlay. This month, Grape News, our monthly newsletter will be sharing 15 Tips for Family Fun on a Budget.  Make sure you're subscribed!  If you're not, you can click the link above to do that right now. This months newsletter comes out at the end of the week and...

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What should our next product be?

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GrapeStuff.net introduced our first Amazon product, the Grape Grill Buddy BBQ Grill Mat, earlier this year.  We are getting ready to introduce our second product and are looking for our customer's and reader's input for the next related 'grape' product. Grape Stuff will eventually branch out into other areas of products for families, but right now we'd like our next one to be related to the BBQ/Grilling niche.  What would you like to see us release next? Here are some ideas we had: * BBQ Grill Brush or Tool Set * BBQ Grill Mits * Shish Kabob Set * Or...

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Doctor's Rx: Go Outdoors

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In the last few years, a growing number of doctors have been prescribing the great outdoors for their patients and what ails them! According to an article written last summer, a pilot program began training pediatricians to write prescriptions for patients to participate in outdoor activities in order to avoid serious health issues more prevalent in children today that were once reserved for adults. "Dr. Christina Scirica, a pediatrician at Massachusetts General Hospital for Children in Boston, says she has been seeing young patients with symptoms traditionally found in adults including, 're-diabetes, diabetes, high blood pressure, vitamin D deficiency, joint pain, arthritis and hip problems.'...

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